Bills Get Great News on Josh Allen Injury Update

Adam Taylor McKillop
The Buffalo Bills received some great news around Josh Allen's latest injury update.
The Buffalo Bills received some great news around Josh Allen's latest injury update. / Don Juan Moore/GettyImages

After walking into his Week 14 postgame press conference in a walking boot, the Buffalo Bills became concerned with Josh Allen's injury status. Luckily, the latest injury news around the Bills superstar quarterback is a huge relief.

Josh Allen Injury Update

Allen was officially taken off of Buffalo's Week 15 injury report on Friday, meaning he has no injury designation for Sunday's game and will be fully expected to start.

Buffalo categorized Allen's injury officially as a "sprained foot," and although he is still dealing with some pain, the Bills training staff has worked around the clock to ensure his status for Week 15.

The Bills could not afford to see their stud gunslinger miss any amount of time. He's in the NFL MVP conversation after racking up 3,524 passing yards and 28 touchdowns to 11 interceptions.

Despite Allen's strong play, Buffalo has dropped three of their past four games to fall to just 7-6 on the season. Buffalo still holds +1300 odds to win Super Bowl LVI (T-7th), but those odds will continue falling if Buffalo drop to .500 in Week 15.

Allen and the Bills enter their Week 15 clash with the Carolina Panthers as massive 11.5-point favorites on FanDuel Sportsbook.

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